Arnold Development Consultants Brisbane Land Subdivision & Development

Arnolds proud to be apart of Somerset Storyfests’ Charity Golf Day 2020

Arnolds proud to be apart of Somerset Storyfests’ Charity Golf Day 2020

On Friday the 4th September, Arnold Development Consultants were excited to be a part of the Somerset Storyfests’ third Charity Golf Day. With 12 hole activations and 140 golfers the day was a huge success. Over $20k was raised for children’s literacy and events like…

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Federal Government Home Builder Scheme Good News for Construction & Development Sectors

Federal Government Home Builder Scheme Good News for Construction & Development Sectors

Arnold Development Consultants congratulates the Federal Government on this stimulus initiative. Government Unveils $688m ‘Home Builder’ Scheme Prime minister Scott Morrison has unveiled the first details of the government’s $688 million “home builder” scheme. The scheme will fund grants worth $25,000 for home renovations between…

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Arnolds strongly supports UDIA’s bid to reduce the impact of Infrastructure Charges on Developers large and small

Arnolds strongly supports UDIA’s bid to reduce the impact of Infrastructure Charges on Developers large and small

Arnolds strongly supports the Urban Development Institute of Australia’s (UDIA) bid to reduce the impact of Infrastructure Charges on Developers large and small during the COVID-19 pandemic and calls on all Queensland local authorities to support this bid. If successful, reduced infrastructure charges will substantially…

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Proud Member of Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)

Proud Member of Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA)

Arnolds is proud to say over the last 21 years we have been members of the Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) and coming into the new year of 2020 we are excited to be a part of this again. We look forward to what…

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Koala Regulations and final mapping now in effect

Koala Regulations and final mapping now in effect

Changes to the koala regulations are now in full effect as the Queensland Government aims to provide increased protection to koala habitat areas. Changes to the regulations and legislation have been made to the Environmental Offsets Regulation 2014, Nature Conservation (Koala) Conservation Plan 2017, Planning…

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Is Your Airbnb a Party House?

Is Your Airbnb a Party House?

Have you considered the ramifications of renting your house to group of people celebrating a special occasion? What a lot of property owners who rent out their property via websites such as Airbnb don’t realise is that most Council’s consider this Short-term Accommodation and operating…

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  Arnolds will be closed from COB Friday 20th December 2019 and will re – open on Monday 13th January 2020. From the team here at Arnolds we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

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Housing Availability and Affordability Crisis in Queensland

Housing Availability and Affordability Crisis in Queensland

Arnold Development Consultants calls on the Queensland Government to urgently attend to the crisis in housing availability and affordability in the State. The below UDIA Land Report for South East Queensland points to land supply shortages across the region and in particular within several local…

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Developing in Queensland – Challenges and Opportunities

Developing in Queensland – Challenges and Opportunities

Developing in Queensland – Challenges and Opportunities Infrastructure and developments that meet community needs are important for every aspect of modern life from supporting growth to improving productivity and resilience. However, Queensland’s unique climatic, demographic, economic and geographic characteristics present challenges for the sustainable delivery…

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How New Technology Is Changing Surveying

How New Technology Is Changing Surveying

How New Technology Is Changing Surveying Surveying has existed for as long as land has been bought, sold, claimed or fought over. Approaches have advanced from using feet to lengths of premeasured chains to steel tape measures, which were still being used as little as…

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